WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Monday, December 31, 2012

Everybody Knows The Song, Few Remember Robert Burns Himself!

"Auld Lang Syne" used deliberately archaic language when the poem was new, but the sentiment itself remains always!  May your new year improve vastly upon the last, and may you toast everything and everyone that made you who you are, sharing the compassion born of your sorrows and the joy that makes life worthwhile!

I think the lovely lady in this week's WolfieToon at  "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" is gonna want this ice, and not necessarily for the champagne.

Speaking of which...

Here's some auld advice that's appropriate-- if you're at a party and have the opportunity for hugging and kissing, keep BOTH  hands free in case you wanna add a loving grope and smack!

And here's a celebration from New Year's Eve 2007!  Phil "Overbarrel" thought it was hilarious that the guy in the back there is so hammered that he's spilling his drink down his front.  I'd take credit for that, but in truth... I just didn't draw it right!

I haven't done much here lately, but this blog just passed an anniversary that I'll address soon!  Meanwhile, enjoy the 'toons scattered here, all the way to the start, if you've patience to scroll and back-Blogger-- enjoy the new stories and snippets at "D & D"-- and enjoy your spankin' new year!



Monday, December 24, 2012

Warmest Wishes!

A post or two ago I featured Santa Spanking fantasies;  but there is a holiday ballet I understand is a favorite of little girls of all ages, even though it doesn't prominently feature ponies.  Therefore the Christmas Week WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" has a scene from the new production of "The Butt Smacker!"

That's a detail for the girls... here's one for the boys.

And here's the poster from our very first production.  

One of my high school buddies told me the story of how, in her ballet class training, they were required to be able to hold a poker chip between their flexed buttocks.

That creates quite a mental image, a room full of ballerinas-in-training developing powerful and shapely gluteal muscles so that paddles and paint sticks do no real damage. 

May you enjoy holiday warmth of all sorts!  Oh, I forgot to mention, there are lots of new stories and snippets to enjoy in front of the fire at "D & D," too!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Glowing Gentle Into That Good Night

The young woman in this week's "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE" WolfieToon doesn't look unduly alarmed at her dire predicament.  As a matter of fact, she actually seems to be enjoying herself!!

Now, why should that be?  One possible answer is also the answer to the query, "And just where does this gal have her left hand?"

There is another possibility.  I based this couple on actual people I had seen, out and about, but after completing the cartoon, I realized that Suzanne Spankee here looks-- by mere happenstance-- kinda like Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart in "Night At The Museum II!"

So perhaps her intrepid daredevilmaycare attitude in the face of certain spanking is derived from the spirit of Amelia?

If so, she might serve as an example for other naughty li'l elves, like the one in one of my first  "D & D" Christmas creations!

By the by, there are free holiday chapters and story snippets over at the website, and an plethora of pleasure for you "D&D" members, as always!

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Over Santa's Lap?! The Heck You Say!

This week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"  is the first of three Christmas-themed ones!

Springrose wanted to know if I had anyone in particular in mind when drawing that Imp;  she thought there was something slightly Erica Scott-esque  there.  But I really didn't have anyone in mind, and Golly, it would never occur to me to cast Erica as a li'l devil.  (Ahem cough.)

Kaki says she's "grateful we (Imps) only have to be good for two more weeks.  Phew!"

Larken declared that "a PreTemptive Spanking is unfair!!" 

Thank you very much, Dolls!  I'm delighted you're delighted!

You know, when the Web was new, I was initially surprised to find out what a common fantasy Santa Spanking is, especially among the ladies!  For example: 

Chross has ten pages of Christmas Spanking Images up HERE, and the Jolly One figures in most of 'em!  (I'm proud to say there are two WolfieToons included!  Thanks, Chross!)

Lea has written a most evocative and enjoyable story called "CHRISTMAS DREAMING!"

Season has an, er, entertaining take on Santa Spankage entitled "DEAR SANTA!"

To show only one of my many favorite photographic images, there's so much I love about this one with Richard Windsor and Pixie Wells! 

Phil "Overbarrel" has taken us to the North Pole for several years to see what goes on in Santa's Workshop with his assistants, the Hiney Sisters!  Dig the Grinning Teddy Bear!!

So now I'll add two from "D & D."   I'm not real crazy about the drawing in this one from 2005, but it is unique among Santa Spanking Stuff!

And here's one that has No Actual Smacking... although it is one of the very few WolfieToons to have had a sequel! 

Now you're starting to feel some Holiday Warmth, eh?

Well, the Christmas tails have started going up at "D & D", too.

I mean "tales."

Actually, I mean both.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Revolting Credit Issues

If you have succumbed to the shopkeepers' maddening notion that you are obliged, nay, required to get a gift, preferably an expensive one, for every single person you've ever known at home or work every December, you should be rewarded with a searing seat.

Now if you happen to desire a searing seat, there are much easier ways to accomplish that, ones that will result in sitting uncomfortably and not bankruptcy and unrelieved guilt..

And if you are unable to find joy in anything but spending money, you might benefit from therapy sessions such as the one demonstrated in the WolfieToon this week at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"   As a matter of fact, it may help with a lot of different issues.

(There is also some pleasant distraction at "D&D" with free story samples, and of course, a wealth of fiction and images each week for members!)

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Giving Thanks and Spanks, 2012!

Many comics and pundits have pointed out the irony of the "Black Friday" X-Mas shopping surge that has intruded upon the very afternoon of Thanksgiving, with thousands bursting into shops to buy more fairly unnecessary stuff.  Nevertheless, I still think a day set aside to remember all the people and things in our lives for which to be grateful is a very good idea!

So here is a detail from this week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"

It's a Rosey Thanksgiving!  Y'know, that name seems familiar... Hmmm... Well, I'm sure that exactly to whom it might allude will Spring to mind in a moment.  Meanwhile, Larken has composed the rest of the song the Choir Here Invisible is singing!

We gather together to watch Rosey's spanking.
He chastens, and hastens his will to make known.
Though turkey is waiting, they'll postpone the thanking;
Despite the dust bunnies, his lap o'er she's thrown.

He chides her and guides her, the spanks, they are raining;
Ordaining, maintaining his kitchen divine.
So from the beginning, our Rosie wasn't winning;
We never, no never on fungus will dine.

The spanking is ouchy, but no one is grouchy.
Who knows if it's better to give than receive.
Let this congregation observe her elation,
As Rosie gives thanks to be over his knee.

Thanks, Larken!!

Here now is the very first Thanksgiving cartoon I did for "D & D":

But this one still tends to be my favorite.  I posted it here last year, but neither of us want to have to go scrolling along Blogger Way to see it: 

Enjoy your weekend!!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

For the Lurkers I Love: "Raw" Art and Rarities

Hey, Good Lurkin'!  Whatcha got workin'?

I'm a bit late for the "Love Our Lurkers" party, and many thanks again to hostess Bonnie of "MY BOTTOM SMARTS" for beginning this annual celebration!  I propose that LOL Day be extended a little, maybe even to LOL Week, because these days I barely get to my own blog here, much less to reading and remarking on the others I enjoy!

So with great appreciation to all who peek in at any time, and especially for all who so kindly leave remarks, I present a batch of crap unseen doodles and details from pencil starts to previous "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE"   WolfieToons!  

Like this:

And this:

One time (at band camp) one of our fans was trying to describe a scenario, groping for the term "Dunce Cap," the tall, pointed cone that so often adorned the noggins of naughty brats in the corner, and called it a "Naughty Hat."  Being the wisenheimer I am, I teasingly did a rendition of a Naughty Hat: 

Here is a study of Spanker Hands.  The one at the top left is supposed to be holding a paddle.  Or a brush.  Or a spatula.  Or a paint stick.  Or a switch.  Or...  

Here I play with paddler poses and positions.

This is one of the inked characters from a very odd D&D WolfieToon. 

If enough of you ask-- and "enough" might even be "one"-- I'll explain that.  


Okay, Kaki and Lea both wanted to know, "What the hey??"  So here is the full cartoon, one of the goofier ones I've done, entitled "Picanic."

(Wow, it looks like Ranger Bayer is literally busting that redhead's butt!  Cheee!!)  

And here are three of the characters from the "Obedience School" cartoon I'd posted here some time back.

A penciled spanking watcher.

I put all of her clothes on later.  Reluctantly

Here are more cartoons at the pencil stage:.

Here you can see the evolution of the Spankee's face.  It took a few tries to get the "animation" and expression I was after.   

And then some things don't seem to quite work, at least not to my full satisfaction.   This is a tribute of sorts to the Disney "Fantasia" centaurs that never went any further.

Which reminds me of an illustration I found in a book of Greek mythology as a lad absorbed in the tales of Gods, Monsters, and Heroes.  Usually centaurs are depicted with the human half ending at the waist.  This particular pervert  artist drew a man all the way down to his testicles  and penis-- full frontal, mind you, in a sort of sketchy ink line drawing-- and then the horse half came up behind that, complete with equine genitals, too!

Holy Testosterone, Batman!!  I suppose that would explain the notorious lust-fullness characterizing centaurs in the old stories   Anyway, that image was branded in my young mind, but I don't recall who drew it, or what edition of Greek and Roman Myths featured it.  I know it had been in the elementary school library.  It's probably not there now.  Anyhow, having put that image into your head, too, I feel better. Thank you.    

And also thanks again for stopping over, and for checking out the fun to be had at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"  Here is a detail from the spankin' new cartoon.  "Punkin Butt" sounds like a cute nickname, Fellas, but I don't really recommend that, it might be too easily misunderstood.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloween Greetings!

This is Wolfie's Halloween Costume by Larken, who says, "Wolves play dress up more than anybody I know.!"

Isn't that great?  Thanks, lovely Larken!!  And now...

Just some fun for the Howl-a-day...

And all my sympathy and best wishes for storm recovery for you on the northeast coast!

Monday, October 29, 2012

The Monster Rises Again!

Here is my latest version of the Frankenstein Monster (1935 model), appearing in this week's WolfieToon at "DISCIPLINE & DESIRE!"

And here are my previous four attempts.  I've never looked at them all together like this.  

And here are the five spanked bottoms that go with those monstrous faces.  It's no big challenge, I bet you know which goes to which. 

Out of curiosity, I looked to see if anyone else has done Frankenspanken cartoons;  I remember that Endart did Herman and Lily Munster once, but I can't find a copy of that just now. 

Nik Zula did THIS ONE featured at Chicago Spanking Review.

And that-- surprisingly!-- seems to be it.

Unless you know better!

Here's a bonus, a couple of clips in case you've never seen the original movies from Universal and director James Whale, or especially if you have.

This is the scene from the first movie, 1931, in which Frankenstein exposes his creation to daylight for the first time:

And in 1935's "The Bride of Frankenstein," the Monster, on the run, encounters the peculiar Dr. Pretorius in the crypt, celebrating his "new world of gods and monsters!"